Trains are a great way to travel around Auckland with 41 stations across four lines: Southern, Eastern, Western and Onehunga.
Electric trains provide a comfortable and quiet ride with over 3000 services every week to and from Britomart (downtown Auckland).
Eastern, Western and Southern (to Papakura) services run every 10 minutes during peaks, 20 minute during the day, and half hourly at night. Onehunga services run every 30 minutes, 7 days a week.
Pukekohe services are the only remaining part of the network with diesel trains, which run every 20 minutes during peaks and half hourly at other times.
Here you'll find information regarding where trains go, fare information, train-riding etiquette, safety tips and much more.
Auckland train network
Check out route maps of Auckland's rail network.
View the full train timetables for the Southern, Eastern, Western and Onehunga Line in PDF format.
A guide to catching the train, as well as expected behaviour on board and at stations.
Fares & discounts
Find out fare and pass information for the bus, train and ferry.
Find out about how train fares are calculated.
Safety around trains, stations & tracks
Keep safe around trains, stations and tracks, including level crossings and overhead wires.
Train updates service
Sign up for train updates to receive text or email messages if your train is disrupted, cancelled or delayed.
Reasons for train delays
Learn more about the reasons why trains may be delayed and how to stay updated when there's a delay.
Planned closures on the train network
Future maintenance and construction works on the rail network.
Information about buses that operate in place of trains when network maintenance or upgrade work is scheduled.
City Rail Link
The City Rail Link is an underground rail line linking Britomart and the city centre with the existing Western Line.
Find out more about electric trains and their special features.